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Legal cases involving medical issues require an understanding of the human body--how it is put together, how the systems function, and how they interact. A good grasp of this information is essential to the clinical issues involved in the multitude of diseases and medical disorders that confront both plaintiff and defense attorneys.
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Samuel D. Hodge, Jr. is chair of the department of legal studies at Temple University and teaches both law and anatomy and lectures nationally on anatomy and trauma.
Jack E. Hubbard, PhD, MD, is an adjunct professor of Neurology at the University of Minnesota School of Medicine and is in private practice with the Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology.
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